Ratings for The Mist
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Reviews for The Mist
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Nathan was a treat for the eyes! I loved the movie, because of Nathan, all the way to last 5 minutes, I didn't like the way the movie ended, they could have ended it on a better note! IF the movie had ended differently, it would've recieved a 10/10, but the 8/10 all goes to Nathan!My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
Nathan Gamble was great! Do yourself a favor stop watching the film when they leave the grocery store. Trust meMy Movie Rating: 9 / 10
Good in parts like many of King's filmed works. However the predictably contrived irony of the ending left me with an empty feeling and a total lack of satisfaction. Nathan Gamble was fine.My Movie Rating: 5 / 10
A great boy performance by Nathan Gamble! He is very emotional and absolutely brilliant as the terrified son of Thomas Jane. A typical Stephen King flick - you can actually spot a considerable number of actors who have appeared in previous King adaptations. Andre Braugher, the black lawyer, co-starred in Salem's Lot; Jeffrey DeMunn, who was one of the last survivors in the truck, had a significant role in Storm of the Century; William Sadler, the guy who turned into one of the religious manics, has worked with Darabont before and appeared in the famous Shawshank Redemption (which many don't even associate with King), and Frances Sternhagen, the old woman who was also in the truck with the last group of survivors, appeared in Stephen King's Misery (1990) and his 1991 series Golden Years. But the ultimate cookie for die-hard King fans is to be found in the opening scene, when Thomas Jane sits in his atelier and paints a picture of Roland and the Dark Tower! Wow! A brilliant extra xD
I thought the movie was a classic King story, with clear-cut characters and a situation in which a small group of people, composed of different individuals, finds itself in in a life-threatening scenario that reveals the dynamics of group paranoia and the effects such situations have on people who are cut off from society. A Lord of the Flies variation in a post-modern context. The suspense was always kept at a very high level, and final decision making process involving the escape and the eventual dramatic climax, were truly convincing. The visuals were just fine. Overall, one of the better King adaptations, a Darabont-King masterpiece like its predecessors Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile. And a stunning young Nathan :)My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
good but not as great as people were saying.My Movie Rating: 6 / 10
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